High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup


Pot-Friendly States Teaming Up On Capitol Hill

Members of Congress from states with legal pot say their colleagues should not stand in the way of expanded legalization.

Colo. Retail Pot Sales Dip

For the first time in Colorado’s short legal marijuana history, recreational cannabis sales took a month-over-month dive in September, according to new data released by the state’s Department of Revenue.  

DC Politicians Are Hesitant to Implement Initiative 71

In the afterglow of the midterm election victories for legal cannabis, it's time to examine the nature of the laws themselves so that nationwide legalization can be meaningful and efficient, not to mention planning future cannabis tourism and events in such places.

Will Congress Allow DC to Legalize Weed?

When voters in Washington DC legalized recreational marijuana in November’s general election, the snarling beast, awakened earlier in the year by an ordinance to decriminalize weed began to howl in excruciating pain.

Over 56,000 Fewer Marijuana Arrests in 2013

The FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2013 is out and shows that fewer than 700,000 people were arrested nationwide for marijuana for the first time in a decade. An estimated 693,482 people were arrested for possessing, growing, or selling marijuana in 2013.  This is the ...



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